Miracle Workers (2019)

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Fantasy, Comedy
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Miracle Workers renewed with a third season

TBS has renewed the American comedy series Miracle Workers with a third season. The series features Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi

Miracle Workers (2019) will have a third season, TBS has renewed the series. The comedy series - which features Daniel Radcliffe (The Simpsons) and Steve Buscemi (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) premiered last year.

The first two seasons were recorded in The Czech Republic, but due to various reasons, complete production on the third season has moved to California. It created more employment opportunities in the area, and the movie and television tax credit programme that was expanded to 330 USD per year were the most prominent reasons for the change of scenery.


Daniel Radcliffe and Steve Buscemi

In the first season, Radcliffe portrays an angel who is supposed to prevent the destruction of Earth. Buscemi portrays God, who has set his sights on his favourite hobbies. The second season features the same actors, but with new characters and a completely different setting.
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